Even if you’re currently residing in a small studio, townhouse or apartment, there are ways to experience the joys of indoor vegetation. Many plants and herb gardens are perfectly fit for flourishing indoors and can provide pretty eye candy as well as an economical air purifier.
Here are some top tips and tricks for those seeking a bountiful botanic display:
Water is a no-brainer when it comes to making a variety of plant life happy. Whether you have hanging or potted plants, it’s smart to keep plant roots moist (not soaking wet) and to determine a regular and consistent watering routine.
For those seeking to create a funky and exotic vertical garden, it’s important to select the right vines and creeper plants that will fit the structure and grow with ease. An irrigation system and fertilizer injector will be a necessity for a garden wall.
Many houseplants need direct sunlight in order to fully blossom. Typically, flowering plants need more light than foliage plants and some plants can make do with artificial light. Making sure plants have adequate light will ensure that they stay alive and happy.
Houseplants improve air quality and provide a calming and natural decorative element indoors. In addition, houseplants can be easy to grow and maintain with the right care. Fertilizer is an essential element to ensuring in-home vegetation is perky. And it’s important to fertilize plants once a month when they’re flowering or growing, as they have no soil nutrient source.
A windowsill herb garden can provide fun flavorings for culinary dishes and be a magical addition to any windowsill. The keys to an indoor herb garden are proper drainage, good soil, water and fertilizer. Remember to seek out flowers and herbs that require identical conditions if they’re in the same window-side spot.
Guest Post By Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor